Author: Victor Oloo

The story of the Agriculture Council of Kenya (AGCK), an institution supported by USAID Kenya through Feed the Future’s Africa Lead program. AGCK was established in 2015 by six agriculture sector interest groups. Now the organization includes 10 apex organizations and 13 affiliate organizations, representing the interests of about 2.8 million individuals involved in agriculture across Kenya.
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The cast and crew of Kumekucha: Fatuma collect the award at ZIFF. Photo credit: ZIFF Zanzibar, Tanzania – The USAID Tanzania supported film, Hadithi za Kumekucha: FATUMA, about a Tanzanian […]
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Opportunity: Video Animation & Motion Graphics Services Location:  Nairobi Kenya Period of Performance:  November 2017 – February 2018 Level of Effort:  21 days Background: The Africa Lead East and Southern […]
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Justin Urassa, an associate professor at Tanzania’s Sokoine University, believes that agriculture is a pathway out of poverty, specifically for Tanzania’s rural youth. Ask him if he understood that three […]
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Fredrick Korir is a young extension agent from Bomet County, located in Kenya’s agricultural heartland. Following a leadership training from Feed the Future's Africa Lead program, Korir started using WhatsApp to integrate mobile technology into extension services.
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The real heroes of Tanzania’s agriculture sector – women and youth – were front and center at the red carpet premiere of the film Kumekucha TUNU, held this past April […]
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When Alex Gitonga graduated from Nairobi University with a degree in Food Science and Technology, he struggled to find a meaningful way to use his education. It wasn’t until he participated in Africa Lead’s agricultural leadership training, “Champions for Change” in 2010 that he’d find the right direction. Little did he know at the time, it would be his of love of milk that would help shape his future.
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